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Windows 7: Wondows OS Recommendations and usage question

29 Jun 2011   #11

Win XP Home 2002

Win 7 PRO sounds like it will be my choice then. Thanks
To expand this thread a bit;
I've seen Win 7 PRO OEM for different prices which I noticed some are 32bit, others 64bit and then some with SP1!
Which is the preffered recommendation to use?
I assume when I install what ever version I will go to MS web and download and install all sorts of updates and security releases.

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29 Jun 2011   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit

My choice would be 64-bit SP1 as it saves downloading an awful lot of updates.
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